Conference Information
Date: Feb 7th 8am-5pm
Cost: $25 (lunch included)
Students: $10 (lunch included)
Location Information
Calvary Chapel Murrieta
24225 Monroe Avenue
Murrieta, CA 92562
For More Info: (951) 677-5667

Online registration is currently closed. You may register at the door on the day of the event.

We’d like to invite you to our 4thJustice Matters” Conference on Feb. 7 from 8-5.  Human trafficking and modern day slavery, as well as other forms of sexual exploitation, is happening all around the world. IT happens oversees, in happen in the United States, it happens in our own backyard in Riverside County. Human Trafficking generates over 32 billion in profits annually, worldwide. Trafficking happens because people, unlike drugs or arms, are reusable and resalable.  Traffickers can exploit their victims over and over again.


  • Kenneth Morris Jr.
    Founder and President, Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives (FDFI)
  • Sandra Morgan
    Global Center for Women and Justice, Vanguard University
  • Clay Cranford
    12-year Law Enforcement Veteran and Creator of Cyber Safety Cop
  • Susan Munsey
    Executive Director and founder of GenerateHope
  • Charlotte Paulsen
    MSW, Executive Director, International Christian Adoptions
  • Kelly Bell
    Director of Womens's Ministry, Calvary Murrieta

The US Dept. of Justice reports that over 1.7 million kids run away or are thrown away each year. We host a conference annually because our children “Are still at risk” which is this year’s title. Our goal is to create awareness in our community about what’s happening, both locally and abroad, to help people know how they can engage in this fight and create ways to be involved, and most importantly, because we believe that we are called to “speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, ensure justice for those being crushed.” (Proverbs 31:8)  We believe God means what He says in Isaiah 61:8, “For I, the Lord, love justice.” If God loves justice, than so should we.  God is calling His Church to rise up, pray, and fight for the rights of every man, women, and child who is being oppressed and exploited.

The keynote speakers this year are men who are considered world leaders in the fight against trafficking and modern day slavery. Ernie Allen is the founder and president of the International Center for Missing and Exploited Children (ICMEC) and has 30 years of experience in this field. Kenneth Morris Jr. is the  great-great-great grandson of the famous abolitionist Frederick Douglas and the great-great grandson of Booker T. Washington. He is the founder and president of the Frederick Douglas family Initiatives (FDFI).

Again, the date is Feb 7th and the cost for the day is $25 which includes lunch, and $10 for students. For more info you can go to our church website or visit  

If you are unable to afford the conference please contact us to request a conference sponsorship.